Unwanted password protection
livfoss at mac.com
Tue Sep 10 19:17:13 CEST 2013
Thanks for the thought Andrew, but I just installed the very latest version of LC ( 6.1.1 rc 6) and the problem is still there. I understood that this version didn't have the problems reported earlier in this cycle. I guess I will have to report it as a bug unless anyone can explain the issue in the next few hours.
On 10 Sep 2013, at 19:09, Andrew Kluthe wrote:
> I don't use the newer versions of LC yet but wasn't there a stack
> corruption issue with earlier RC's of 6.1.1 ? Could it be related to this?
> On Tue, Sep 10, 2013 at 12:06 PM, Graham Samuel <livfoss at mac.com> wrote:
>> I'm feeling stupid, but I don't understand this:
>> I'm using LC 6.1.1 (rc 4) on a Mac with Lion 10.7.5. I just opened a stack
>> which I haven't opened for a couple of months, and I find that the scripts
>> of all of its substacks and their cards are password protected - the
>> mainstack isn't.
>> I didn't do this, so how did it happen? This stuff is under development
>> and at this stage I have no interest in protecting any scripts.
>> I have another mainstack where this doesn't happen. The only obvious
>> difference between the two is that the anomalous one has to be opened with
>> messages suppressed to stop it running a script when it loads - I then
>> switch messages back on as soon as the stack shows up. Not sure if this
>> difference is meaningful, since even when I don't suppress messages, the
>> substacks are still locked.
>> Tried the same thing in LC 5.5.4 (the oldest version of LC I have on my
>> machine) and nothing is locked.
>> I have not been using LC for a bit - did I miss something?
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